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Could someone please direct me to how on earth to get from CAR reg 42zc... the information on who is able to do the daily inspection of an aircraft....
I can find where it talks about who can carry out the maintenance... but I’m yet to extract where on earth it talks about a daily inspection of the ac...
You've probably completed your exam by now - how did you go?
To answer this question, consider CAR 42ZC, specifically (4)d
(4) Subject to subregulation (5), a person may carry out maintenance on a class B aircraft in Australian territory if:
(d) the following requirements are satisfied: (i) the person is the holder of a pilot licence that is valid for the aircraft;
(ii) the maintenance is specified in Part 1 of Schedule 8;
(iii) the maintenance is carried out in accordance with any conditions prescribed by legislative instrument issued by CASA for the purposes of this subparagraph;
So if you hold a pilots licence valid for an aircraft, you can do the maintainence specified in Part 1 of Schedule 8.
Part 1 of Schedule 8 has a title
Schedule 8—Maintenance that may be carried out on a Class B aircraft by a person entitled to do so under subregulation 42ZC(4)
and item 22 in Part 1 - Schedule 8 has the important bit
22. Carrying out of a daily inspection of an aircraft.